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Document Type: Report
Title: Aircraft Cabin Air Sampling Study; Part 2 of the Final Report
Authors: Crump, Derrick
Harrison, Paul
Walton, Christopher
Issue Date: Apr-2011
Citation: Derrick Crump, Paul Harrison and Christopher Walton, Aircraft Cabin Air Sampling Study; Part 2 of the Final Report, Institute of Environment and Health, Cranfield University, April 2011
Abstract: This is the second part of the report on aircraft cabin air quality prepared by Cranfield University for the Department for Transport. The study was set up in light of concerns about possible adverse impacts on the health and well-being of air crew resulting from exposure to substances in cabin air. Part 1 of the report describes in detail the methodology used in the study, summarises the results obtained and assesses cabin air quality against available exposure limits and the quality of air encountered in domestic settings. This second part comprises principally a record of the data obtained on individual flight sectors.
URI: http://dspace.lib.cranfield.ac.uk/handle/1826/5306
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